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|Title:||Quantum nature of consciousness – Double slit diffraction experiment in medicine|
Bolevich, Stephani Sergeevna
|Abstract:||© 2019 The essence of our hypothesis is quantum properties of conscious processes as well as the possibility to measure changes in conscious attention by using quantum double-slit experiment. We supposed that the act of observing in state of focused attention cause a wave function collapse in double-slit diffraction. In order to test the hypothesis, 26 participants took part in the study divided into physical and physiological parts of the experiment. The purpose of the physical system was to reproduce the brain quantum process via hypothesized quantum entanglement. The physical part consisted of a red laser source, neutral density filter, double-slit diaphragm, and linear couple charged camera, while the physiological part of the experiment was significant for the physiological quantifying state of attention. Physiological data were collected by using 29 channel electrophysiological unit with 21 channel electroencephalograph. The study had control and experimental group according to dependent variables measured in the physical part of the experiment. The data in the experimental group were collected over ten studies (sessions). Results obtained in hypothesis testing showed significant increases in corpuscular properties of the electromagnetic wave as well as significant quantum entanglement between the brain and external double-slit quantum system. Our results also offer insight into the connection between the chaotic dynamic of the electroencephalographic signals and uncertainty in the physical system due to focused attention effect. We also hypothesized that the state of concentrated attention was highest during the first several seconds. The last hypothesis considered possible backward time referral effect of cognitive evoked potential p300.|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Medical Sciences, Kragujevac|
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